Authors

Joshua L. Stewart '11, Gettysburg College

Document Type

Article

Date of Creation

5-2011

Department

Anthropology

Abstract

The study of social memory and landscape in archaeological contexts is a recent trend in social archaeological theory. As such, and despite the flexibility, applicability, and usefulness of this approach, not many sites or societies have been studied from this perspective. The purpose of this examination is to demonstrate the flexibility, applicability and usefulness of the interpretive frameworks by applying it to three disparate sites and societies which are vastly different culturally, spatially and temporally. Research at these sites has not focused on issues of social memory and landscape, despite their perfect suitability.

Comments

This paper was also presented at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR).

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